Quiz: Meniere Disease
Question 1 of 3  

Meniere disease is a disorder characterized by recurring attacks of disabling vertigo (a false sensation of moving or spinning), fluctuating hearing loss in lower frequencies, and noise in the ear (tinnitus). Which of the following is a possible cause of this disease?

  • A.

    A change in head position that moves calcium particles from one part of the inner ear to another

  • B.

    A hereditary malformation of a portion of the inner earĀ 

  • C.

    An excess of the fluid normally found in the inner ear

  • D.

    An infection of the inner ear

Am I correct?